Texas State Historical Assoc. online store is a great place to find Rymer prints! Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. When you purchase a Rymer print through TSHA, you are helping fund this organization (home to the Texas Almanac and countless other literature offerings, as well as historical maps). Right now through Dec. 10, any print purchased will also get you a free package of the new 2013 Christmas cards. Visit http://shop.tshaonline.org/Tamara-Rymer-By-Artist-Fine-Art/b/5761611011 and thank you!
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Now showing original paintings and prints at Buffalo River Art Gallery in Paola, Kansas! Going to Kansas City? It’s just a short drive south, and Paola is one of the top small towns in America. You can shop online at: http://buffaloriverarts.storenvy.com/
March 15- 17, 2012 are the dates for the upcoming art show, The Russell. This show is a fine art exhibition and three day fundraising event and activities begin Thursday evening. Here you will see one of my art pieces titled, Spirit Dance, a 22″ x 28″ oil.
I am always artistically inspired by the culture of the Native Americans, and hope to honor them in the works I create. To view the artworks of The Russell and Spirit Dance, online go to: http://cmrussell.org/the-russell – you do not need to be present to bid.
I have polished off the last of the Christmas treats, and decided to finish the last painting of 2010 standing instead of sitting. Not that painting is aerobic exercise, but at least I feel like I am making an effort! I will post the painting soon, just need to photograph it.
I want to take the time to say thank you to all my family, clients, friends for a great 2010! I wish you all a very happy, healthy & prosperous 2011.
I am very pleased to announce that I have been elected to Signature membership of the American Plains Arts. This is such a hugely talented group of artists that just to be rubbing shoulders with them is quite an honor. Please visit their website to view some of their extraordinary shows: www.americanplainsartists.com.
Here’s another little study I did. This actually is a version of a Native American pot of mine. It’s done on primed paper and mounted on an archival 5″x 7″ board. A fun little piece. I do these small studies to process thoughts on how I might want to do larger versions. I usually do a few of these every week while I let a painting dry a bit in between layers. You can find this on Ebay this weekend.